GLITEC - WTN COLLABORATION
GLITeC-WTN Collaboration is a technology transfer partnership that coordinates capabilities, expertise, and networks to increase each organization's impact. The Great Lakes Industrial Technology Center (GLITeC) is the technology transfer intermediary for the NASA Glenn Research Center. WTN is the technology transfer intermediary for the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
GLITeC-WTN Collaboration complements AFRL and NASA joint research and development programs with technology transfer organizations that are collaborative in principle and practice. Companies benefit from more efficient and effective delivery of technology transfer services.
GLITEC-WTN Collaboration addresses many technology transfer opportunities. Examples include collaboration in these major activities:
Garrett Morgan Commercialization Initiative - a NASA program, which is managed by GLITeC and which is designed to increase the competitiveness of small, minority-owned, or women-owned businesses.
Ohio Technology Transfer Initiatives - The Ohio Department of Development's Thomas Edison Program assists Ohio business and industry with the transfer of technology from federal laboratories through the Great Lakes Industrial Technology Center and the Wright Technology Network.
Support to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections - to facilitate the adoption of new technologies in the field of corrections and public safety.
|From Left to Right: Gerry Cassidy, WTN; Barb Hayde, The Entrepreneurs Center; Bob Monter, WTN; Phil Miller, Faraday Technology; E. Jennings Taylor, Faraday Technology; Priscilla Diem, GLITeC; Carol Baumhauer, SAM-SBDC.|